South Tyneside Primary Schools Music Festival: See if you can spot your little one in our pictures

More than 1,000 youngsters from schools across South Tyneside have taken part in a special music event.

By Debra Fox
Saturday, 23 March, 2019, 05:00
Fairy with a gift scene during the event at the Customs House.

The theme of this year’s South Tyneside Primary Schools Music Festival was the Egyptians and Fairy Tales - and we were there to watch the fantastic performances at the Customs House throughout the week. Take a look at our pictures and see if you can spot your little star in action.

The director's scene.
A scene from Malificent.
Infant performance at the Customs House.
Lots of smiling faces during the infant performance.
Birth of Aurora scene
Ashley Primary school pupils singing on stage.
Pupils from Simonside Primary school performing at the Customs House.

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Cleadon Academy pupils Tia Bo Emms (sitting in chair ) Elein Hurrell and Adam Geoff (sitting), and Simonside primary school pupils (standing left to right) Zara Hughes, Dainjon Kerrigon and Aleyna Onur.
Simonside Primary school pupil Hallie-Mae Kerrigan.
Simonside Primary school pupils (rear left to right) Jessica Price, Lacey Carr, Eden Simmons, Hallie-Mae Kerriganon (front left to right) Lilly Alexander, Ruby Kimber, Leila Hughes and Abi-Lea Kinson
Ashley Primary pupils Isobella Stonehouse (blue), Jack Bates (orange) and Daisy Hannard (centre) with pupils from Simonside Primary Dainjon Kerrigan (black) and Aleyna Onur (gray).
Pupils from Simonside Primary school performing on stage.
Ashley Primary pupils sing their hearts out.
Preparing to perform at the Customs House.